Although all of us love to do some shopping, it can be time consuming finding the right dress if you're looking for one for a Christmas party - not to mention expensive to boot. But there's no need to worry, as we’ve got you covered with our Christmas party dress edit under £100.
In a bid to make the whole process just that little bit easier, we’ve picked a range of different styles of Christmas party dresses, whether you want sleeveless, maxi, understated, print or sequins.
And best of all, every single one of them costs less than £100. So which will you pick?
Christmas party dresses
Glittery sequin dresses
Christmas is just the perfect excuse to wear sequins and sparkles from head to toe (as if we need one) and be a little extra. You can go for this glamorous ombre sequin dress from JD Williams, which would add the wow factor to any festive season. Just keep the accessories to a minimum!
Or, if you prefer the flattering lines of a wrap dress, you can opt for this gorgeous v-neck option from New Look. It incorporates all of the fun of the Christmas season with the shimmer and glitter, but the pink, muted colour means it's a subtle choice too.
Chic maxi dresses
Whether you’re looking for a maxi dress to keep you a bit warmer or to make a statement, the navy velvet dress from M&Co is a universal flattering style that accentuates the waist.
Another glamorous option is the sparkly long sleeve berry dress from Next. The ruched detail and the slit add a flair to this piece.
Sleek, minimalist dresses
If you’re more of a minimalist person you can find it quite difficult finding a evening dress that suits your style this time of the year. You can always go for velvet, simple and chic, as this lovely black one from Dorothy Perkins.
Satin is always a good idea. You don't have to wear glitter head to toe to be party season ready. This elegant funnel neck dress from M&S will make you look beautiful with no effort.
Low-maintenance sleeveless dresses
If cold isn’t really an issue for you (we can always layer up with a faux fur glam coat or scarf), choose a sleeveless dress: this gorgeous bargain lace dress from Bonmarché is a great choice.
A minimalist and chic option, the black M&S dress combines v neck and accentuated waist elongating the silhouette and flattering your shape. Wear it over a roll neck shimmery top to keep warm or under a fabulous coat, you can't go wrong with a simple black dress.
Fun printed dresses
Print dresses can definitely work for party wear as well. Choose bold colours and pair with the right accessories as statement earrings and tall leather boots for a modern and cool outfit as per Warehouse model shot.
Feeling a bit edgy? Go for a snake print look. Layer this Topshop one over a black turtleneck and heeled ankle boots.
Now, it’s time to get ready to party - with so many lovely options you’ll want to go to as many celebrations as you can!
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